There were no injuries after a woman accidentally struck a vehicle, drove over a curb, and through a fence.
On December 19th at approximately 4:30 PM officers were called to the intersection of Derby and Royal Drive. Captain Paul Forrester of the Salina Police Department tells KSAL staff that Lisa Gormley, a 62-year-old Salina resident allegedly failed to yield. Gormley was traveling southwest when she came to the intersection and struck a 1999 Ford Ranger. Gormley’s vehicle continued southbound over the curb striking a utility trailer and driving through two chain-link fences belonging to Sierra Lind in the 1300 block of Derby.
The driver of the Ford Ranger, a 16-year-old Salina resident was not injured but his truck was towed from the scene with extensive front end and driver side damage.
Gormley and her 27-year-old female passenger were both uninjured. The 2004 Suzuki KL7 was towed away with extensive front end damage.
Gormley was cited for failure to yield to the right-of-way at an intersection.